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Would You Use Batter Blaster?

I just recently came across a "fantastic" new product called Batter Blaster. Instead of whipping up your own pancake batter, or even using the just add water kind, you just shake, point, blast and cook. I don't know about you guys, but I think this is a bit ridiculous. It's like squeeze cheese, but with pancakes. What do you think, would you use it?

Tom-Cartwright Tom-Cartwright 8 years
Save your money. This stuff has no taste and you get half as many pancakes than mix. A dumb idea foisted on consumers that was clearly not taste tested.
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
mamaseacat mamaseacat 9 years
How lazy do you have to be to have to use that!
michichan michichan 9 years
Is it really all that different from canned pancake batter?
laura6567 laura6567 9 years
I agree with silver4. I live alone, so there's no point in me making an entire batch of pancakes (or most other things) for myself. I'd 2 and end up throwing the rest of the batter away. I'd definitely try this, especially since it's organic. Why not? Obviously made from scratch will taste better, but it's not always feasible.
minimicra minimicra 9 years
I prefer pancakes made from scratch than from a mix or this can.
Daisie Daisie 9 years
It's probably good for bachelors! I wouldn't use this because pancake batter is so easy to make! Also, some people prefer a thicker or lighter pancake so you can't adjust the consistency.
HalidLove HalidLove 9 years
My aunt's good friend is the inventor of this item...We recently took our boat out to Catelina for 5 days and this stuff was a HIT! We used it as a test run before it went on the market. Totally easy clean up, pancakes were PERFECT, absolutely amazing. AND, it's organic! If you are thinking spray cheese, definitely not the same thing. This stuff is on a whole nother level. Add some chocolate chips on top or some banannas, and you've got an even more delicious meal. If you havn't tried this yet, give it a whirl. While not as good as 100% homemade, this stuff definitely is worth a try!
colieoats colieoats 9 years
There is nothing like whipping up a batch of pancakes for the fam! My mom makes amazing pancakes and making them always reminds me of her! I'm not sure I like the idea of squirting out my pancake batter like spray cheese(side note, did anyone see that they came out with spray can cream cheese??)! I'll take the tradition method over the newest oddity any day, even the mess that comes with it!
Gabriela14815884 Gabriela14815884 9 years
If it tastes good then I'd use it :)
lil-miss-haley lil-miss-haley 9 years
You can get cheese in a can?!?!?!?! That strikes me as rather strange.. weirder than pancakes in a can I think!
bibelot bibelot 9 years
I bet this would be great for college-bound students (esp. guys who might not be comfortable in the kitchen). But it's a little too close to that aerosol cheese for my liking, ick.
Diana172 Diana172 9 years
As long as they didn't add anything that isn't normally in batter, I would try it.
I bet this stuff is loaded with preservatives, which, according to my dr., will cause every American to eventually get Diverticulitis. I am trying to faze preservatives completely out of my diet, but it's soooo hard, because everything that isn't "fresh" is loaded wih it.
bvivian bvivian 9 years
this just made me gag
figurine figurine 9 years
Whoa, not a chance.
Alisha_Stiletto Alisha_Stiletto 9 years
I say no, thats just too lazy for me.
DesignRchic DesignRchic 9 years
Wow, now that's what you call LAZY! There's nothing like making it from scratch.
silver4 silver4 9 years
This post has brought out the catty, judge-y side of so many people! Newsflash: the choice to consume or nto consume food that comes in a can (even *gasp* an aerosol can!)is not indicative of a person's character! Besides, this particular product is organic, with almost no ingredients a scratch version wouldn't contain. And it's recyclable! I, for one, would be very interested in trying it, as I live alone and occassionally like to eat pancakes. If I make a whole batch of batter, I will either make too many pancakes, and have to somehow store them, or I will let a batch of batter go bad in the fridge. Save the judgement, thanks.
Brooklynbee Brooklynbee 9 years
Well I might try it once just for the novelty - but I too try to stay away from processed and overpackaged foods. Besides, I don't think I could find it in a supermarket near me. If FreshDirect doesn't stock it, I don't eat it! :)
emalove emalove 9 years
Gross. Never!
ptotheenguin ptotheenguin 9 years
Hm, apparently it's certified organic. That just doesn't seem to mesh with batter-in-a-can. But the ingredients list doesn't look that scary, so maybe my first impression (which is 'eeewww') is off. I still wouldn't use this. It's easy enough to whip up my own batter. Plus, it reminds me too much of Cheese Whiz, which really freaks me out.
Community-Manager Community-Manager 9 years
Great idea but would never touch the stuff! I am not a person for cheese-like product in can or pancake batter either! Sorry!
My-Opinion My-Opinion 9 years
niiiiiiiiiiice, how 'joy' ful!
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